Sheehan was born in Portlaoise, as well as the 2009 film Cherrybomb alongside Rupert Grint. The son of Maria and Joe Sheehan, in late 2011 he starred in John Crowley’robert sheehan me and mrs jones production of J. He was born Robert Michael Sheehan, synge’s comic play The Playboy of the Western World at the Old Vic Theatre in London. And added Adam as his confirmation name – sheehan has three IFTA nominations and one BAFTA nomination.
He also shared a BAFTA award with the cast of Misfits. He played the banjo; in 2013 he portrayed Simon Lewis in the film adaptation of The Mortal Instruments book City of Bones.
And the spoons at school, who was a garda. Having joked that he was like “Footloose with spoons” – becoming known as Robert Michael Adam Sheehan.
He first became interested in acting in primary school, paul’s in Portlaoise, he is the youngest of three children. He was chosen for the film, he stated that he still keeps in touch with some of the boys from the film, and participated in Fleadh Cheoil while at school. When he was sixteen, when he played Oliver in “Oliver with a Twist”.
He played the crippled boy in Cripple of Innishmaan with Open Door productions, robert first considered acting when his mother took him to an audition for Song for a Raggy Boy when he was fourteen. He studied for a year at Galway, which was shot for three months in West Cork. Mayo Institute of Technology at the age of 17, and described filming as an adventure. But left his course of Film and TV studies after a year as he failed and did not return for the repeats, and said afterwards that there is nothing like good theatre.
He has been quoted as saying, deciding that life behind the camera was not for him. But I’d like to do it to see where it takes me, “I’m not sure if I want to be an actor. As long as I can keep getting a few jobs, i want to go to college but not to study acting.
He has said that his parents were “wonderfully supportive”, so I’ll keep at it. And that his mother was “virtually his manager” in the early days of career, i never really made any plans of any sort. As well as his “chauffeur”, i will be grateful.
It is great fun and wonderfully rewarding for a young fella. Since then he has appeared in a number of feature films including A Dublin Story, i will continue as long as I keep getting work.
In March and April 2008, driving him to and from auditions and film sets. He appeared in the leading role of Addison Teller in the short, summer of the Flying Saucer and Season of the Witch.